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I’m back with Tyler Merritt for part 2 to talk through his personal Values, Motives, and Habits.

To see what drives him. In part 1 together our focus was stereotypes and marginalization.

I’m a 6’ tall, white, American male who has never experienced a negative stereotype or marginalization. Tyler is a 6’4” dreadlocked Black man in America who absolutely knows what it’s like to be negatively stereotyped and marginalized.

I encourage you to listen to that episode if you haven’t, but now…we go behind the scenes.

Tyler Merritt is a Nashville-based actor, activist, cancer survivor, founder of The Tyler Merritt Project, and author of “I TAKE MY COFFEE BLACK: REFLECTIONS ON TUPAC, MUSICAL THEATER, FAITH AND BEING BLACK IN AMERICA.”

Over the course of his career, Tyler has gained recognition through notable acting projects including “Kevin Probably Saves The World,” “Outer Banks,” and “The Outsider,” as well as serving as the face of the worldwide teaching curriculum for The Gospel Project for Kids.

Most recently, Tyler Merritt made headlines with his 2018 viral video “Before You Call The Cops,” which has been viewed by over 100 million people worldwide and appeared on Jimmy Kimmel, MSNBC, and the New York Times.

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